A typical stroganoff first hailed from Russia in the late 1800's and is generally made with strips of beef cooked in a sauce with sour cream. Since then, it has become a popular dish throughout the entire world and gained popularity in the US in the 1950's.
To me, this dish always seemed to have a bad connotation associated with it since sour cream was one of the main ingredients used to prepare this dish. I love the combined flavors so I decided to create my own healthier version at home using chicken, skim milk and reduced fat sour cream. It was a delicious alternative and as you can see by the ingredients, most of the items used are staples you probably already have in your kitchen.